Fête Impériale offers itself a pop-up store
17 rue des Blancs-Manteaux28.09.2016 #fashion
First ephemeral address for the brand Fête Impériale which offers itself a pop-up store where Laura Petit Gauthier’s feminine creations are offered. In this contemporary boudoir of 30m² in the heart of the Marais, the brand exhibits its impertinent aesthetic that its creator describes as being at the crossroads of the 19th and 21st centuries. On the program, they are therefore beautiful handmade knits and an androgyny made of chic details, as today’s woman likes.
A Liane de Pougy who gets involved with Debby Harry, it gives a collection where the French spirit meets the rock’n’roll spirit for dresses in plumetis, precious details and tactile velvets. A tribute in some ways to the insolent and free spirit of the courtesans of Napoleon III who presided over the creation of the brand. Posh Bird, the autumn-winter 2016 collection, is to be discovered, until 27 October at 17 rue des Blancs-Manteaux in a retro-chic atmosphere where pewter and copper wearers highlight the refined details that sign this young brand to be discovered. While waiting for the Fête to settle more permanently in Paris.